Heavy rain from a late winter storm hit Los Angeles and Ventura counties on Sunday afternoon while the Southland’s mountains picked up a significant amount of snow from a late winter storm that promised more precipitation as the night wore on.
More than a dozen flights at Los Angeles International Airport have been canceled because of snowstorms lashing the East Coast.
Southland residents were caught unawares Friday afternoon when the warm sun suddenly gave way to downpours and, in some areas, lightning.
The Northeast blizzard led to approximately 100 flight cancellations Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport.
More than 70 flights were canceled Monday at Los Angeles International Airport due to a powerful winter storm battering the East Coast.
More rain was expected to continue across the Southern California on Sunday.
A cold storm out of Canada brought snow to the Antelope Valley and at low elevations in the San Gabriel Mountains Tuesday.
More than two inches of rain fell in just about two hours.
Glendora city officials Tuesday raised the alert level to yellow for residents living in the Colby burn-area out of fear of mudslides.
Portions of Camarillo Springs will once again be under voluntary evacuation orders Tuesday as another winter storm rolls into Southern California.
Southern California residents were bracing for another storm Monday night, with police warning drivers to be careful on the road.
Perhaps the biggest job was in Camarillo, about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles, where a mudslide made 13 homes uninhabitable Friday. The debris flowed down a hillside burned by wildfire last year.
During the height of the rain, streets looked like virtual rivers.
Mandatory evacuation orders were lifted Friday afternoon for residents in the Camarillo Springs burn area in Ventura County.
A storm out of the Pacific Northwest threatens heavy rainfall, flash flooding, rivers of mud and debris in areas denuded by wildfire, high surf, perilous rip currents and winds gusting at as much as 70 miles per hour.